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Tarik

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Posted on: 2013/7/20 22:29
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#11

Re: div by $ and bootstrap

probably because $category.categoryid is used in the check while the id isnt uniform - you probably deleted category with id 2 -


Tarik

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Posted on: 2013/7/10 22:04
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#12

Theme Manager a module to personalize your theme

Hello,
I'm Tarik and I've been lurking around since a while, and since then i had this module in mind, which had many rewrites from scratch every time i learnt something new or discovered a new feature of Xoops, or a major release like 2.6, but never released it thinking about waiting till i finish it, but the more the merrier, i uploaded an alpha version which will certainly have many changes to it
https://github.com/TarikAMINE/xoops_mod_tmanager ( 2.6.x )
rename module folder to 'tmanager'
the module's purpose is to be able to manage everything in the theme without touching html/css

I want your opinions, your ideas on how to make it better

To do list:
- atm its just colors but adding images is priority
- navmenu links manager (reluctant about pulling from a menu module)
- slider
- social icons


Tarik

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Posted on: 2013/6/29 15:06
Tarik
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#13

Re: How do I find the module id?

Quote:

$mid $GLOBALS['xoopsModule']->mid();

arent GLOBALS deprecated o.O?

and btw it seems like you have a problem in your modules (the ones with the mids 8 and 9) no name and folder is set


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Posted on: 2013/6/29 14:59
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#14

Re: Where do I make cosmetic changes at

template override is a nice feature that let you change the way the module show content based on the theme without changing anything in the module, and its quite handy when, working on local and uploading to host since you will just upload the theme folder instead of searching and uploading each updated template manually,
it surely made me pull my hair back then too XD but its very simple


Tarik

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Posted on: 2013/6/29 11:37
Tarik
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#15

Re: Where do I make cosmetic changes at

are you changing the ones from the template folder in the module? if so check the modules folder in your theme if there is templates of wfdownloads that override the original ones


Tarik

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Posted on: 2013/6/9 18:18
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#16

Re: 2.5.6 icon.ico

i had the same problem, XD and stressed the hell out of me, and it was just that some browers act very strangely with favicon caching, here are my tips

just do a source view of your main page and Ctrl+F for "favicon" to find the favicon url, if you already changed it then access that url and give f5 some hits till its refreshed then it will change in website page, generally the theme favicon is the one overriding all so you just need to change those in it.


Tarik

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Posted on: 2013/6/9 17:59
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#17

2.6 a chance to get out of templates hell

Hello,
today i wanna get a topic to light - the templates hell - it seems like exaggeration but it is the truth, one of the best thing that was done to Xoops is bootstrap and oh boy i'm still exploring its full potential but in my current works using 2.5.6 i implemented it in the theme, and it was very nice but the look of the content area was horrible and i had to change nearly 30 template file and more in the way to fit the look and feel of bootstrap, and i think many others did the same which i think isn't a very healthy thing for a CMS, its very painful when having 5 different breadcrumbs structure and styling in same site:(

I understand that module developers aren't designers but why do we have every time a new major update release, to update all modules - ex: blue move and the later jquery/bootstrap implementation - to fit, ModuleAdmin class was a very innovative approach for a unique GUI all abroad the module's admin area, but why isn't there one front side? an example of this is the ThemeForm class, where updating the form syntax from table one to the bootstrap one was easy?

tl;dr: why not have a ModuleAdmin class like for front end, managing rendering breadcrumbs, categories, media objects, comments? it will surely make developers life easier ;)
Some people like what you do,
-- some people hate what you do,
---- but most people simply don’t give a damn.


Tarik

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Posted on: 2013/6/1 21:56
Tarik
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#18

Re: Latest Publisher module?

I'm a bit lost here but why isnt it uploaded in the repository?
and why does the search function (xoops.org) doesnt list results from it?

Edit: seems the entire repository module is acting weird: catergories desc 'array', allot of modules are not listed...


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Posted on: 2013/5/13 9:30
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#19

fix to a style loss at last page of install

there is a problem in installer where at last page it doesn't load the lang CSS file, and only occur when installing with an other lang beside English
the fix to is

page_end.php in line 57 change newCSS to newCSSDeflt
install_tpl.php add after line 170 loadjscssfile(newCSSDeflt, 'css');


Tarik

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Posted on: 2013/1/23 11:10
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Since: 2010/2/3 1
#20

Re: XOOPS 2.5.6 Beta 1 Released for Testing

btw is there a css page for right to left languages or is it up to translators?



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